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Canton Liberty Fest at Heritage Park

An annual tradition for Wayne County returns and families can enjoy an action-packed weekend celebration June 12-14, 2014

Uncle Sam wants YOU! Yes, that's right. He wants you to attend the Canton Liberty Fest on June 12-14, 2014 at Heritage Park.

Every source of fun you can think of will be at your fingertips this June if you and your family join in all the activities at the Canton Liberty Fest. Everything including exciting carnival rides, games, exotic animals, movie showings, balloon sculptors and more will be sure to get you hyped as you participate in this event.

But once your kid is all tuckered out from the weekend's activities, be sure to swing by the America's Most Wanted Car Show, market place vendors and adult beverage tent before heading out. And don't forget to take time to enjoy the annual pancake breakfast and charity spaghetti dinner, too!

That's not all. There's also two stages of live entertainment consisting of both locally and nationally known artists, like NBC's The Voice winner, Tony Lucca, and local sensations The Square Pegz and Worst Case Scenario.

Participate in the hands-on children's activities in the Family Zone and catch a performance by the Detroit circus in between. And if you decide to go on the last day, finish off the night by sticking around for the grand finale fireworks display.

In addition, join the Canton community on Friday night for a big screen movie under the stars and Saturday morning for the third annual Liberty Run.

Liberty Fest times are as follows:

  • Thursday: 1-11 p.m.
  • Friday: 1-11 p.m.
  • Saturday: 10 a.m.-11 p.m.

Admission is free. Ticket prices for carnival ride wristbands vary by day and range $20-25 at the door. You can also purchase advance wristbands for $18 that can be used any day or $50 for wristbands valid for all three days. Individual tickets are also sold for $1 each.

See the Metro Parent listing for more on the Canton Liberty Fest in Heritage Park.

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